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Aberrant cervical thymus and the role of ultrasonography: A case report

Unal, Emre | Duzkalir, Hanife Gulden | Kurt-Guney, Seray | Isildak, Emek Tolga

Article | 2016 | TURKISH JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS58 ( 2 ) , pp.230 - 231

Ectopic/aberrant cervical thymic tissue is a rare cause of neck mass and usually detected incidentally. Aberrant thymic tissue can occur anywhere in the course of thymic descent from the angle of the mandible to the superior mediastinum. We report a case of aberrant cervical thymus demonstrated by ultrasound.

A rare type of cancer in children: extranodal marginal zone B-cell (MALT) lymphoma of the ocular adnexa

Incesoy-Ozdemir, Sonay | Yuksek, Nazmiye | Bozkurt, Ceyhun | Sahin, Gurses | Memis, Leyla | Dizman, Aysen | Ertem, Ulya

Article | 2014 | TURKISH JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS56 ( 3 ) , pp.295 - 298

Primary ocular adnexal mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphomas (OAMLs) are mostly seen in the 5(th)-7(th) decades of life, with female predominance, and they occur rarely in children. Thus, knowledge about this cancer type is obtained from adult data in the literature, while the data regarding OAMLs in the pediatric population are limited to a few case reports. Herein, we report a 10-year-old boy with OAML who was treated successfully with radiotherapy, and we discuss this uncommon lymphoma in children.

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